Pennsylvania just went through another primary yesterday. How much the outcome reflected the opinion of “true” and legal voters remains up for grabs. If anyone is worried about non-citizens voting, check out what it takes to register. No ID necessary. No address? No problem, just pick a spot on a map on the printed form. All you need to do is tell them the last four digits of your Social Security number. 11,000 they say, I suggest digging deeper. This should curl your hair.
A new investigation has revealed that more than 11,000 non-citizens living in the state of Pennsylvania are currently registered to vote, despite not being legally eligible – illustrating once again that election fraud is rampant throughout our country.
Claiming a “glitch” in the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) registration system, officials in Pennsylvania admit that many people living in the state are voting in elections when they shouldn’t be – including in the most recent mid-terms, which appear to have been wrought with fraud and corruption in favor of Democrats.
Though it took a while to get Governor Tom Wolf, a Democrat, to actually cooperate, Representative Daryl Metcalfe, a Republican who previously chaired a House government oversight panel, was able to unearth evidence proving that illegal voters are meddling in the state’s elections.
Rep. Metcalfe led the charge to obtain the documents showing this large number of illegal voters on the rolls in Pennsylvania – which Gov. Wolf tried, but failed, to keep hidden from the public. That’s because illegal voters are the bread and butter of how Democrats win elections, these days.
“Demonstrating, much less discussing, noncitizen voting activity is the worst form of heresy one can commit for left-wing groups,” says Logan Churchwell, Director of the Public Interest Legal Foundation.
With tens of thousands of illegals discovered to be registered to vote across multiple states, we now know the 2018 mid-term elections were a FRAUD.
The situation is even worse in Texas, it turns out, where some 100,000 non-citizens are currently on the state’s voter rolls, according to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. After comparing state driver’s license records, which indicate immigration status, alongside voter rolls, officials found that at least 95,000 people are registered to vote who shouldn’t be – and at least 58,000 of them have voted in elections since 1996.
“This shows the urgent need for citizenship verification for voting,” warns Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, adding that these two reports out of Pennsylvania and Texas are just “the tip of the iceberg.”
“The Department of Justice should follow up with a national investigation,” he says.
District Court Judge struck down proposed law to require citizenship documentation in order to vote
California, Florida, and various other states have similarly been caught registering non-citizens to vote, which is why some are now pushing for voter registration requirements to include mandatory proof of citizenship – as, currently, no state in the Union requires such proof in order for a person to register to vote.
Pennsylvania recently added the ability of its residents to register to vote via”electronic” means, as well as make other changes as well. Here is what one needs. One’s drivers license info, but if one doesn’t have one, no worries. Just add the last four digits of one’s social security number which now is a standard fare question at the Doctor’s office or for that matter many various transactions. In other words, everyone has your last four numbers. Don’t have an address? But still no worries, continue anyway. Some states have electronic voting completely. What could possibly go wrong?
The law explicitly empowers the Secretary to “prescribe the form of an official voter registration application.” Further, the law specifically gives permission for the Secretary to develop an electronic application and states: “Nothing in this part shall prohibit the design and use of an electronic voter registration application which includes the applicant’s digitized or electronic signature.”
But this is the real kicker. Just sign with your ” digitized or electronic signature.”
The fact that 5,000 Pennsylvanians chose to register to vote in the waning days of summer underscores one of the benefits of online voter registration: It’s easy and convenient for voters to use.